History Theatre / TheDiaryOfAnneFrank

18th Oct '16 9:05:50 PM hello86
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* DownerEnding/ForegoneConclusion: [[spoiler:The Franks's hiding spot is betrayed to the Nazis.]]

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* DownerEnding/ForegoneConclusion: DownerEnding / ForegoneConclusion: [[spoiler:The Franks's hiding spot is betrayed to the Nazis.]]
18th Oct '16 9:05:34 PM hello86
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* ForegoneConclusion: [[spoiler:The Franks's hiding spot is betrayed to the Nazis.]]

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* ForegoneConclusion: DownerEnding/ForegoneConclusion: [[spoiler:The Franks's hiding spot is betrayed to the Nazis.]]
18th Oct '16 12:50:41 PM schoolmann
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* TokenMinority: One of the people hiding in the attic is an ethnic Jew, but follows the Christian faith.[[note]]This is Mr. Dussel, but his character was written to be TheWatson in order for Jewish customs to be explained to a non-Jewish audience. It is not true to the Diary nor to real life. Fritz Pfeffer (his real name) was actually more observant of Jewish customs than the Franks or Van Pelses (Van Daans), although the woman he had lived with was Catholic. Pfeffer's family was incensed at the portrayal of Dussel in the play and the 1959 movie.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fritz_Pfeffer#Posthumous_reputation]] [[/note]]

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* TokenMinority: One of the people hiding in the attic is an ethnic Jew, but follows the Christian faith.[[note]]This is Mr. Dussel, but his character was written to be TheWatson CultureBlind in order for Jewish customs to be explained to a non-Jewish audience. It is not true to the Diary nor to real life. Fritz Pfeffer (his real name) was actually more observant of Jewish customs than the Franks or Van Pelses (Van Daans), although the woman he had lived with was Catholic. Pfeffer's family was incensed at the portrayal of Dussel in the play and the 1959 movie.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fritz_Pfeffer#Posthumous_reputation]] [[/note]]
18th Oct '16 12:42:19 PM schoolmann
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* TokenMinority: One of the people hiding in the attic is an ethnic Jew, but follows the Christian faith.[[note]]This is Mr. Dussel, but his character was written that way to provide a rationale for Jewish customs to be explained. It is not true to the Diary nor to real life. Fritz Pfeffer (his real name) was actually more observant of Jewish customs than the Franks or Van Pels (Van Daan), although his mistress was Catholic. Pfeffer's family was incensed at the portrayal of Dussel in the play and the 1959 movie.[[/note]]

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* TokenMinority: One of the people hiding in the attic is an ethnic Jew, but follows the Christian faith.[[note]]This is Mr. Dussel, but his character was written that way to provide a rationale be TheWatson in order for Jewish customs to be explained.explained to a non-Jewish audience. It is not true to the Diary nor to real life. Fritz Pfeffer (his real name) was actually more observant of Jewish customs than the Franks or Van Pels Pelses (Van Daan), Daans), although his mistress the woman he had lived with was Catholic. Pfeffer's family was incensed at the portrayal of Dussel in the play and the 1959 movie.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fritz_Pfeffer#Posthumous_reputation]] [[/note]]
18th Oct '16 12:33:07 PM schoolmann
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* TokenMinority: One of the people hiding in the attic is an ethnic Jew, but follows the Christian faith.

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* TokenMinority: One of the people hiding in the attic is an ethnic Jew, but follows the Christian faith.[[note]]This is Mr. Dussel, but his character was written that way to provide a rationale for Jewish customs to be explained. It is not true to the Diary nor to real life. Fritz Pfeffer (his real name) was actually more observant of Jewish customs than the Franks or Van Pels (Van Daan), although his mistress was Catholic. Pfeffer's family was incensed at the portrayal of Dussel in the play and the 1959 movie.[[/note]]
4th Jun '16 8:50:17 AM eroock
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->For the past two years we have lived in fear. Now we can live in hope.
-->'''Otto Frank'''

->We try and hold on to some kind of ideals, when everything - ideals, hope, everything is being destroyed.
-->'''Anne Frank'''

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->For the past two years we have lived in fear. Now we can live in hope.
-->'''Otto Frank'''

->We
->''"We try and hold on to some kind of ideals, when everything - ideals, hope, everything is being destroyed.
-->'''Anne
destroyed."''
-->-- '''Anne
Frank'''
18th May '15 9:04:32 AM Morgenthaler
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22nd Jan '15 4:17:04 AM syrus372
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It chronicles Frank's time as a Jewish refugee in Amsterdam hiding from Nazi forces with her family. Throughout her stay in a businessman's house, Frank wrote her observations of the world around her in her diary. That is, until, the Nazis finally find her.

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It chronicles Frank's time as a Jewish refugee in Amsterdam hiding from Nazi forces with her family. Throughout her stay in a businessman's house, Frank wrote her observations of the world around her in her diary. [[spoiler: That is, until, the Nazis finally find her.]]
26th Dec '13 3:27:00 PM Discar
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* CharactersDroppingLikeFlies: Only one character survives. This of course reflects historical fact.
28th Oct '13 5:28:23 AM Aquila89
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* NoEnding: Anne's diary ends abruptly, since she obviously couldn't continue it in the camps.
** DownerEnding: Only Otto Frank survived.
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